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Tim McCoy .... Tim Ross
Lois January .... Goldie Harris
Ralph Byrd .... Tex Weaver
J. Frank Glendon .... Wiley Taggart
Ted Adams .... Buff Braydon
John Merton .... Runnyian
Earle Hodgins .... Doc Shaw
Norman S. Hall story
Joseph O'Donnell screenplay
- 2004-03-19 20:17:43
- Closed captioning
- Sam Newfield
- Run time
Subject: Tim McCoy - Crosses the Border Between Good & Bad
Subject: Old Timey Western
Tim McCoy actually makes a better Caballero than regular cowboy in this film. He was always stiff with flat affect, but as a Mexican here he really comes alive. Too bad he didn't exploit that -- or maybe it was that playing a Mexican in those days could kill your carreer?
Made before Roy Rogers and others created "The Cowboy Code" when cowboy heros were still allowed to drink like regular guys and cavort with painted ladies. And I love the way they throw their bullets out of the guns at their targets to make them go faster. I remember shooting like that with my "Fanner Fifty" as a kid -- just like the cowboys did. LOL. Great memories.
Subject: see Roy and Bob in the background?
Look closely at the two musical numbers. That sure sounds like Bob Nolan in the first number. And if you look closely (almost with a reading glass) that sure looks like Roy Rogers (before he was Roy Rogers) and Bob Nolan playing the music in the saloon.
Subject: tim mccoy
Subject: Does not star Joe Flaherty.
This film isnt all that bad. Tim McCoy certainly doesnt really rank with the best of the movie cowboys (well, #1 problem would be his hat), but hes somewhat entertaining, gets into a lot of wimpy looking fights (he throws his hat a weapon1 Ooh! Tough!) shoots his gun totally wrong and again treats us to his Mexican impersonation (like he did in Lighting Carson Rides Again). Good for some entertainment.
Subject: Tim McCoy in Gower Gulch
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